Buying a first generation device is always a risk. Many of us took that risk when buying first gen Android Wear products, like the Moto 360 and the LG G Watch. And as we saw with the inferior hardware of the Moto 360, those risks ... Read More »
The Nexus Player has enjoyed a year and a half of life, and will enjoy more living in many homes as a media center for the living room or bedroom. However, Google seems to have discontinued the device, signaling the end of its retail life.
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It looks like the end has come for Samsung’s only Android Wear-powered smartwatch. The Gear Live, which broke the mold and used Android Wear instead of Samsung’s usual Tizen platform, was a launch device for Android Wear and came at a very low price when the popularity of smartwatches was still climbing. It’s an important ... Read More »
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We’ve always dreamed of Nokia releasing a high end Android device with the body of a Lumia. The camera, build quality, and general Nokia design is alluring, but we wanted our favorite mobile OS on it. The chances were slim, but rumors of an Android-powered Nokia device pushed on. And what we got wasn’t exactly ... Read More »